International Banking and Finance Project module (BU52014)
Explore key theories and real world financial scenarios skills to produce a focused project on a topic in International Banking and Finance.
You will write a report to show your understanding of an International Finance topic in a real world scenario. You will combine theory with practical application to improve your critical thinking and problem solving skills within the context of International Finance.
Many job roles apply the theories of International Finance such as financial analysts, investment managers and investment consultants, this module will give you insight in how your knowledge and skills could be applied in your professional career.
What you will learn
In this module, you will:
- evaluate companies and their financial assets
- understand global financial markets and institutions
- discuss the possible impacts of financial knowledge
- summarise financial concepts and frameworks
By the end of the module you will be able to:
- use academic research to support your ideas on financial analysis
- include banking and financial research to ensure your skills are aligned with industry benchmarks
Assignments / assessment
- 4,000-6,000 words
This module does not have a final exam.
Teaching methods / timetable
After a workshop during semester 2 introducing the module, you should expect around 20 hours of lectures and workshops between May and June. Submission dates over the summer for key parts of your report will be issued, to support your independent study and completion of the report.
For this module, the exact dates of lectures and workshops are to be confirmed.
This module is available on following courses: